A bull has sold for a world record price at Borderway auction mart in Carlisle.
It went for 140 thousand guineas, the highest price ever paid for a Limousin breed.
It's also a record for any breed in Europe. The animal, sold by a Northern Irish breeder, was bought by a consortium of businessmen.
See footage of the bull below.
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A 18-year-old man is in a critical condition after a road accident which happened at Metal Bridge, just north of Carlisle.
The Great North Air Ambulance was called to the scene, where paramedics assisted ambulance teams from both sides of the border.
The teenager, who's suffering from life-threatening head injuries, was then flown to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle.
A 19-year-old is in the Cumberland Infirmary with neck injuries.
Cumbria police are appealing for witnesses after reports of "racist abuse" ahead of Carlisle United's home game against Morecambe.
It happened in Warwick Square just after 2pm on Saturday afternoon. There were several people in the area including young children.
Police say two "Asian males" may have been the target. They are asking anyone with information to get in touch.
Hundreds of people turned up at Carlisle Airport on Saturday afternoon to say farewell to the Vulcan.
The former RAF bomber is doing a tour of the UK this weekend. It will be permanently grounded later this month.
It flew over Carlisle Airport before heading south over Windermere.
Among the crowds at Carlisle Airport was former Vulcan pilot Flight Lieutenant Frank Hilton:
Thousands of people are expected to watch the Vulcan on its farewell tour of Britain.
The former RAF bomber is expected to pass Carlisle Airport, Thirlmere and Windermere on Saturday afternoon.
You can follow the Vulcan's route here.
Concerns have been raised about plans to demolish an historic grade two listed house on the outskirts of Carlisle.
Historic England is warning Carlisle City Council that the demolition of Suttle House, on Wigton Road, could be illegal if certain conditions aren't met.
The council's planning committee had given the go-ahead for the Georgian property - which dates back more than 250 years - to be knocked down so a developer could build new houses on the site.